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Fewer Lodi Unified School District employees make more than $100,000

Number of high earners is down since 2009, saving the district $4 million

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Posted: Saturday, August 31, 2013 12:00 am

In a three-year span, the number of Lodi Unified School District employees earning a salary of $100,000 or more has been reduced by about a third. Mike McKilligan, Assistant Superintendent of Personnel, said that the drop is mainly a result of compensation reductions that were put in place in 2010.

The district’s strategy for attracting talent and remaining competitive in the hiring process has taken a back seat to making due with an increasingly reduced budget from the State of California.

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